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UNISG Opens its Doors

Italy - 16 Jan 12

UNISG will open its doors to prospective students and their families on January 28, March 31, and May 12, 2012. Orientation to the university, and an introduction to the undergraduate and graduate programs, including the two English-language master programs, will be offered on each of the three days. Staff and faculty will be on hand for one-on-one discussions with visitors, providing information on programs, application processes, student loans and scholarships, and the overall UNISG experience. Current students will also be available to provide an insider’s perspective on university life. The Open Houses start at 10:00 am on each day, with welcome and check-in in the classrooms of the Cascina Albertina building. A tour of the facilities will follow, with a presentation of the four programs taking place at 11:00 am in the Aula Magna classroom. At noon, on request, additional guided tours will be provided (in English, for non-Italian speakers), followed by further one-on-one discussions as needed.Reservations are required to participate in the Open Houses. To register, please contact the Communications Office (see below). LOCATION: Cascina Albertina Building University of Gastronomic Sciences 8, via Amedeo di Savoia - Pollenzo – Bra (CN), 12042 DATES: January 28, 2012 - March 31, 2012 - May 12, 2012 TIMES: 10:00 am: welcome and check-in, guided tours 11:00 am: presentation of programs 12:00 pm: additional tours and one-on-one discussions Information and Reservations: Communications Office tel. +39 0172 458507 - +39 0172 458511



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